Thai may be combined with another Asian language, or with a non'language discipline. In addition, Thai may be combined with French; in this combination the European language portion of the degree is taught at University College London, to which initial applications should be directed. The general pattern is that the two'subject degrees are taken over four years, with the third year being spent on a programme of study in Thailand. However, students taking Thai and French spend their third year in France. There are also three'year versions of the degrees in Thai and a discipline which do not involve a year abroad.
Thai: modules include: Thai language; introduction to South East Asia; South East Asia on film; Thai cultural texts; Thai cultural studies; Indonesia on screen; basic Pali; Sanskrit language; introduction to the study of language learning; introduction to the history of South East Asia; South East Asia during the Cold War; indigenous warfare and society in Early Modern South East Asia 1300'1830; introduction to the art and archaeology of South and South East Asia; arts of the Buddha in South East Asia; island arts of South East Asia; popular and fusion music in South East Asia; music and religion in South East Asia; introduction to Islam; Buddhism: foundation; Hinduism: foundation; Theravada Buddhism; government and politics of modern South East Asia; economic development of South East Asia. Law: modules include: criminal law; introduction to law and legal processes; legal systems of Asia and Africa; obligations 1 (contract); obligations 2 (tort); public law; law and institutions of contemporary China; European human rights law; EU law; Islamic law; law and society in Africa; law and society in South Asia; law of property; company law; comparative company law; comparative legal theory; conflict of laws; equity; law, multi'culturalism and intercultural human rights; independent study project; equity and offshore; family law; labour law; law and development; law, multiculturalism and intercultural human rights; public international law; independent study project on a selected legal topic.
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